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[texts]War versus peace; a short treatise on war: its causes, horrors, and cost; and peace: its history and means of advancement - Funk, Jacob

Keywords: War; Peace
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[texts]Weekly Pilgrim (1871 -1872) (Volume Vol. 3 : No. 1-50) - Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Keywords: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals
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[texts]Weekly Pilgrim (1873) (Volume Vol. 4 : No. 1 - 50) - Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Keywords: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals
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[texts]Weekly Pilgrim (1874) (Volume Vol. 5 : No. 1-50) - Brumbaugh, H. B. (Henry Boyer), 1836-1919 ; Brumbaugh, J.B.
The Weekly-Pilgrim was first published as an 8-page publication in 1872 and was formally known as The Pilgrim. The Pilgrim was briefly renamed in January 1872 where it then returned to its original name in 1875. Edited and published in James Creek, PA by the Brumbaugh Bros., it was a publication that revealed their views of the Brethren policies.
Keywords: German Baptist Brethren (U.S.)--Periodicals
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